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Van Ness Avenue Construction Forecast: July 6 - July 17, 2020

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Those traveling on the corridor are advised to stay alert and allow more travel time during construction. Polk Street, one block east of Van Ness Avenue, is a recommended alternative for people traveling by bicycle in the area.

At times, Muni bus stops along Van Ness Avenue and its side streets need to be relocated to perform construction for the Van Ness Improvement Project. You can stay up to date about bus stop changes along the project area, and the rest of the city, by visiting the SFMTA’s Temporary Stop Relocations Map. The map marks the original location of any relocated stop. When you click on the stop’s marker, you will find additional information including a description of where the temporary stop is now located and the duration of the relocation. 

Tentative schedule:

Per the City and County of San Francisco's Public Health Order, essential infrastructure projects, including the Van Ness Improvement Project, continue. The work underway on Van Ness Avenue is vital, replacing aging utilities essential for operation, including sewer and water. The SFMTA continues to monitor projects as the situation develops.

In the next two weeks crews are scheduled to work on sewer and water main installation, installing a joint-utility trench, sidewalk and roadway replacement and light pole installation.

The work listed below is scheduled for daytimes, 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Planned night work is italicized. The night shift for construction is 8:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. During this time, neighbors are advised to anticipate construction-related noise and vibrations as crews work diligently to complete necessary night work.

The following Van Ness Improvement Project construction forecast is subject to change. For more project details, please visit SFMTA.com/VanNess.

Monday through Friday, July 6 through July 10

  • North Point to Bay.
  • Bay to Francisco.
  • Francisco to Chestnut. *Disruptive noise is expected. 
  • Chestnut to Lombard.
  • Lombard to Greenwich.
  • Greenwich to Filbert.
  • Filbert to Union. *Disruptive noise is expected. 
  • Union to Green. *Disruptive noise is expected. 
  • Green to Vallejo. *Disruptive noise is expected.
  • Vallejo to Broadway. *Disruptive noise is expected.
  • Broadway to Pacific. *Disruptive noise is expected. 
  • Pacific to Jackson. *Disruptive noise is expected. 
  • Jackson to Washington.
  • Washington to Clay.
  • Clay to Sacramento.
  • Sacramento to California.  
  • California to Pine.
  • Pine to Bush.
  • Bush to Sutter.
  • Sutter to Post. 
  • Post to Geary.
  • Geary to O’Farrell.
  • O’Farrell to Ellis.
  • Ellis to Eddy. 
  • Eddy to Turk. *Disruptive noise is expected.
  • Turk to Golden Gate. *Disruptive noise is expected. 
  • Golden Gate to McAllister.  
  • McAllister to Grove.
  • Grove to Hayes.
  • Market to Mission.

Monday through Friday, July 13 through July 17

  • North Point to Bay.
  • Bay to Francisco.
  • Francisco to Chestnut.
  • Chestnut to Lombard.
  • Lombard to Greenwich. *Disruptive noise is expected.
  • Greenwich to Filbert.
  • Filbert to Union. *Disruptive noise is expected.
  • Union to Green. *Disruptive noise is expected.
  • Green to Vallejo.
  • Vallejo to Broadway.
  • Pacific to Jackson. *Disruptive noise is expected. 
  • Jackson to Washington.
  • Washington to Clay.
  • Clay to Sacramento.
  • Sacramento to California.  
  • California to Pine.
  • Pine to Bush.
  • Bush to Sutter.
  • Sutter to Post. 
  • Eddy to Turk. *Disruptive noise is expected.
  • Turk to Golden Gate.
  • Golden Gate to McAllister. *Disruptive noise is expected.
  • Market to Mission.

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